BORDER LINES: CALIFORNIA - Ask Jeeves splits from Interactive

Internet search engine AskJeeves is seeking a new agency after ending its relationship with Interactive PR (IPR). Prior to the amicable split, IPR had worked with Ask Jeeves for a year-and-a-half, seeing the company through major milestones, such as its July 1999 IPO. ’We’re looking for an agency with a lot of creativity, an exceptional focus on results and media relations expertise,’ said AskJeeves vice-president of corporate communications Heather Staples.

Internet search engine AskJeeves is seeking a new agency after

ending its relationship with Interactive PR (IPR). Prior to the amicable

split, IPR had worked with Ask Jeeves for a year-and-a-half, seeing the

company through major milestones, such as its July 1999 IPO. ’We’re

looking for an agency with a lot of creativity, an exceptional focus on

results and media relations expertise,’ said AskJeeves vice-president of

corporate communications Heather Staples.



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